Toni Braxton's Engagement Ring Goes Missing After She Loses Her Luggage

The singer is engaged to rapper Birdman.

By Corinne Heller Nov 21, 2018 6:27 PMTags
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Oh no! Toni Braxton has lost her engagement ring!

The 51-year-old "Un-Break My Heart" singer, who is engaged to rapper Birdman, revealed this week that she accidentally left on a plane a piece of Louis Vuitton luggage containing her halo-style, cushion-cut yellow diamond ring and other jewelry and that the bag was later found but most of the items were missing from it.

"Hey @Delta I left my LV train case on my flight from JFK to LAX on Tuesday. It's been impossible to get any type of assistance from anyone in the company! Can someone let delta know I'm trying to get in contact w/them? I've tried to no avail...pls help you're my favorite airlines," Braxton tweeted on Monday.

The following day, she wrote, "Hey everyone, @delta located my LV Train Case! Yay! Unfortunately most of my jewelry items are missing...including MY ENGAGEMENT RING! Whoever BORROWED it...PLEEEASE return it!!!! I promise, no questions asked!"

Delta Air Lines has not responded publicly. A sources close to the singer told The Blast that the company has been in touch with the singer and is working on finding the missing ring.

Stars' Engagement Rings

Braxton also posted a throwback photo of herself wearing the ring on Instagram on Tuesday, writing, "Feeling back to my old self again, yay! But I'm sad engagement ring is missing...but I'm optimistic that someone will find Bonnie and return her home."

Braxton revealed her and Birdman's engagement early this year. She recently said on E! News' Daily Pop that he "said I have to pick a date by the end of the year."

"We have to get married before the year is out," she said. "He said, 'Before next year.'"

She said the two would not wed in Las Vegas, although Birdman would get married to her anywhere, including a drive-through chapel.

"He said that we can go through a drive-through," she said. "I'm like, what are we gonna order, fries? So no."